Scytl’s e-voting technology used in the parliamentary elections of the State of Victoria (Australia)

Scytl, in partnership with HP, provided its electronic voting solution to the State of Victoria (Australia) for their parliamentary elections in November.  This is the second phase of an electoral modernization project that began in the State of Victoria in 2006. In this second phase, Scytl has equipped polling stations with electronic voting kiosks and telephone voting systems that allowed voters to cast votes electronically in 12 different languages with a central system that securely collected those votes. The use of electronic voting systems was primarily aimed at enfranchising Victoria’s visually impaired voters and ensuring that they could vote autonomously. Some mobile voting centers were also implemented to help hospitalized voters and elderly people cast their votes during the parliamentary elections.

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